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You can make jerky, dehydrate fruits and veggies, dehydrate eggs if the temp will get to 160 deg. to help eliminate salmonella concerns, lesser temps are a concern with eggs. Not much you can't do with that dehydrator. Cabela's will have jerky seasoning and it's available other places or look on the internet for recipes. I know people that dehydrate chili peppers and grind them to powder for seasoning. I'd suggest getting the Ball Blue Book to use as a guide starting out. It has most everything, recipes for water bath canning, pressure canning, guidelines for dehydrating, freezing. A good reference book. You will need to learn timing and how to tell when your product is sufficiently dehydrated.

I have done eggs, pineapple, bananas, bell peppers, papaya, and cantaloupe in my Presto dehydrator. I haven't tried jerky yet.
 
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